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File:Galveston - 1900 wreckage.jpg


The Johnstown Flood. Compare to image File:Wea00785 - Flickr - NOAA Photo Library.jpg. This image was altered to make appear to have been taken at Galveston following the great hurricane of 1900. In: "The Complete Story of the Galveston Horror" edited by John Coulter, 1900. P. 308.

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Original source: The Complete Story of the Galveston Horror: Written by the Survivors. Edited by John Coulter, formerly of the NY Herald. United Publishers of America. Copyright 1900 by E.E. Sprague. Photograph on page 308. Call number in NOAA Weather Bureau Library: RAREBOOK QC 945.2 .G35 1900.

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